letting up and here's more from the fox weather center. hi, maria. >> hi, patty ann. good to see you. the problem basically started months ago. we've had a lack of moisture. currently we have extreme to exceptional drought across states like arkansas, missouri, parts of illinois, indiana, even as far west as oklahoma and parts of kansas. we have dry conditions in case, dry vegetation, and that helps to fuel these wildfires, unfortunately, and like you mentioned, we do have hot temperatures in the forecast for today. more triple digits in oklahoma city, also tulsa, oklahoma, and guess what? as we head into tomorrow, we're actually expecting things to continue to heat up. 102 in oklahoma city, 103 in tulsa, and more of the same as we head into tuesday with more triple digits. tulsa looking at a high temperature of 107 degrees. you're talking about dangerous heat across this area, and for today we have a number of heat advisories across southern parts of oklahoma, texas, including the city of dallas, and also waco and even as far east as the city of memphis in tennessee.